verb (used with object), cu·rat·ed, cu·rat·ing.
Origin of curate
Related formscu·rat·ic [kyoo-rat-ik] /kyʊˈræt ɪk/, cu·rat·i·cal, adjectivecu·rate·ship, nouncu·ra·tion, nounsub·cu·rate, noun
Examples from the Web for curation
His curation techniques were far from scientific; his knack for interior design was often fueled by his sense humor.
The curation of such a merry (and complex) company was surely no easy feat.The Portrait Gallery Face-Off: Fresh, Famous, and Quirky Faces Win the Day|Chloë Ashby|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
To solve the curation quandary, The Daily Beast has produced its first list of the feeds to follow.